Introduction.--The perfect critic.--Imperfect critics: Swinburne as critic. A romantic aristocrat. The local flavour. A note on the American critic.--The French intelligence.--Tradition and the individual talent.--The possibility of a poetic drama.--Notes on the blank verse of Christopher Marlowe.--Hamlet and his problems.--Ben Jonson.--Philip Massinger.--Swinburne as poet.--Blake.--Dante
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